Monthly Archives: January 2014

Poems by Dennis Mahagin

Cambridge Bone Then a dream of Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, how he fixed me with some low down vacant stare, on the banks of the Charles there, how he loaned me his snow-white muffler in Boston, not Austin —about mid December, … Continue reading

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Chicken Wire Children, by Mikael Covey

Grandma Bea’s son was killed in the war. Lots of people were. In Hamburg Germany there’s a pillar in the middle of the river, it says “50,000 sons of the city died for you.” It says that in German. In … Continue reading

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